Holly Humberstone, Damon Albarn, Idles, Jarvis Cocker, Nirvana, Jon Hopkins and more!

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Congratulations to Lincolnshire's Holly Humberstone who has been touring the States and this week releases her new EP The Walls Are Way Too Thin - 'dark, wonky pop' (BBC)

We have the limited edition clear vinyl version of this 6 track EP in stock now. Also available on CD HERE.

'The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows is the new studio album from Damon Albarn, to be released by new label home Transgressive Records. The title is taken from a John Clare poem Love and Memory. It was originally intended as an orchestral piece inspired by the landscapes of Iceland. This last year has seen Albarn return to the music in lockdown and develop the work to 11 tracks which further explore themes of fragility, loss, emergence and rebirth.' It gets a big thumbs up from us!

Limited edition white vinyl, CD and Cassette available HERE.

British indie/punk band Idles return with their fourth album Crawler.

Crawler’s ambitious experimentation and stylistic choices make it their best work yet.' (Clash Music) We have the deluxe 2LP  with gatefold sleeve or the Limited eco-mix vinyl using leftover wax. Each record is individual and CD in stock now.

It's 30 years since the release of Nirvana's Nevermind. The album has been remastered and reissued. LP version or Deluxe 2CD with additional live recordings of the tracks.

British musician/producer Jon Hopkins 'quiets the mind and opens the heart' on new album Music For Psychedelic Therapy. (Pop Matters)

If you are a Wes Anderson fan (The Royal Tenebaums, The Grand Budapest Hotel) go and see his new film The French Dispatch - a star studded, highly quirky, stylish anthology film. It is on at Louth Playhouse for the next few days.


Tip Top aka Jarvis Cocker's album Chanson d'Ennui is 'an album of French songs, inspired by the film and interpreted in Jarvis’s unique way, including ‘Aline’ which features in the film, and the official trailer.' Vinyl and CD available.

'Chronicles: 60 years of The Chieftains, is a stunning career retrospective featuring tracks from across the revered band’s discography, from their very first album release Chieftains 1 right up to their most recent studio album Voice of Ages and includes collaborations with The Rolling Stones, Paulo Nutini, Diana Krall, Alison Krauss, Van Morrison and Sinéad O’Connor.'

The debut album from Wyndow, Laura J Martin and Lavinia Blackwall’s (Trembling Bells) new Kosmiche-Psych-Folk project is available on CD.

Newcastle born Du Blonde is back 'with new album Homecoming and with it, her own record label, clothing brand and all-round art house Daemon T.V. Written, recorded and produced by Du Blonde (aka Beth Jeans Houghton), Homecoming is a refreshing taste of pop-grunge finery, featuring guests including Shirley Manson, Ezra Furman, Andy Bell (Ride/Oasis), The Farting Suffragettes, and members of Girl Ray and Tunng among others.'

Two new compilations on double vinyl are out this week - 80s The Songs and 90s The Songs - pop and rock.

We haven't mentioned the 'C' word yet this year but Christmas is fast approaching...and with that comes the reissue of A Very She & Him Christmas, 12 holiday classics 'from two of music’s most beloved artists, Zooey Deschanel (She) and M. Ward (Him)' Originally released in 2011.

Another good stocking filler is Dreamboats and Petticoats Presents...Bringing On Back The Good Times a 4CD set with over 100 hits including Tony Christie, Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Nina Simone...


We've had a couple of big 2nd Hand Vinyl collections with lots of gems from across the music spectrum including lots of DYLAN, BEATLES, KINKS and much more!

LOTS OF NEW ARRIVALS COMING IN THE SHOP ALL THE TIME INCLUDING NEW COURTNEY BARNETT & BILLY BRAGG and many more... we intend to get them on this website as quick as we can! Please contact the shop for more info :) 

Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5.30pm (6pm Friday) until 3pm on Christmas Eve.

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